Inter, president Moratti face disciplinary hearing
Inter Milan and its president Massimo Moratti face a disciplinary hearing with the Italian football federation after complaining about referees.
After Inter lost 4-3 to Atalanta last weekend in a Serie A match that was marked by a questionable penalty awarded to the Bergamo side, Moratti said, ''I don't believe in their good faith. When in doubt they whistle against us.''
The loss left Inter in sixth place and virtually ended its chances of catching city rival AC Milan for third and the final Champions League spot. The Nerazzurri trail leader Juventus by 20 points and are eight behind Milan.
In the second leg of the Italian Cup semifinals next week vs. Roma, Inter will attempt to overturn a 2-1 deficit.